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Ariel Oseasohn is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance group at White & Case in New York.
His practice focuses on advising developers, lenders and government entities on project analysis, development and finance in the conventional, renewable and clean energy spaces (including solar, energy storage, biogas, biofuels, biochemicals, and biomass conversion as well as waste-to-energy). He has advised clients on complex project financing schemes including federal government financing programs and bond financing.
Prior to joining White & Case in 2018, Ariel worked in the DC office of an international law firm, having previously trained and practiced at one of Israel's preeminent law firms.
Representation of a bond purchaser/lender in closing a $56 million bond project financing, partly guaranteed by the United States Department of Agriculture (Business and Industry Program), for construction of a bio-chemical plant.*
Representation of a biofuel developer in the development of a $220 million animal-waste anaerobic digestion and waste water treatment project. He advised the developer in negotiating feedstock and off-take agreements, including with one of the world’s leading oil and gas companies.*
Representation of the Government of Israel on the pre-qualification, request-for-proposals, bids evaluation, concession agreement negotiation, project development and financial closing stages of Israel’s largest government-procured PPP-BOT renewable energy, energy storage and natural gas projects, totaling $2.4 billion: 121 MW solar tower facility (Brightsource and Alstom); 121 MW parabolic trough facility (Abengoa and Shikun & Binui); and 30 MW photovoltaic farm (SunEdison and Clal).*
Representation of an American IT, network and technology international corporation in a pre-qualification stage of a large-scale data center project for the Israeli Defense Ministry.*
Representation of an American air and chemical international corporation in negotiating a power purchase agreement with a natural gas combined-cycle IPP.*
*Matters prior to joining White & Case.